Barcelona Attractions

Whether coming to Barcelona for 2 days or 2 weeks, there's always something to see and do that's sure to be entertaining. One of the greatest things about Barcelona, is that coupled with the breathtaking, 'must see' tourist attractions ranging from Gaudi's magnificent architectural structures to renowned art museums and gorgeous landscapes, Barcelona is one of the best places to venture 'off the beaten path'. There's always something new to discover no matter how long you've lived here. Niche bars and windy alleyways in the old city just scrape the tip of the iceberg in terms of what Barcelona has to offer. So venture both on and off Barcelona's trail and experience the city in its entirety.

Parc Güell

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carrer d'Olot

Gaudi's architectural genius. Small oasis. Romantic and relaxing...
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Las Ramblas

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La Rambla

Barcelona's busiest walkway. Sprinkled with street vendors and innovative performers...
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Barri Gòtic

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Pla de la Seu

The Medieval Heart of the City. Home to Gaudi's Cathedral. A mix of grunge and authenticity, these narrow alleyways will easily get you lost...
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La Sagrada Família

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Majorca 401

Gaudí's Most Important Work...
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Hi This Is Barcelona

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Atypical tours. Barcelona from a local's perspective. Beyond the guide books...
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Passeig de Gràcia

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passeig de Gràcia

Barcelona's Champs-Elysees. Catalan modernism and elegant fashion stores line the streets. Niche boutique shops offshoot the main street...
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Catedral La Seu

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Pla de la Seu

Key to Barcelona's history. String of intricate chapels lines the interior. Central Gothic Quarter, historical must see...
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Paladar Vinoteca

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Estruc

Classy, quaint vinoteca near the center of town. Has a large variety of reasonably priced upscale wines...
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Barcelona Walking Tour: Picasso and Picasso Museum

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C/ Montcada 15-23, 08003 Barcelona, Spain

Picasso's masterpieces and Bohemian Barcelona. Genuine experience of the Gothic quarter. Exlusive Picasso exhibits often showcased...
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Passeig del Born

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passeig del Born

Lively downtown strip. Lined with delicious tapas and cheap drinks. Near all you can eat tapas after 6...
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Rambla de Sant Josep (Mercat de la Boqueria)

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La Rambla

Best market in the city. Fresh food with insane variety at cheap prices. Trendy local restaurants nestled directly behind market stalls...
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Museu d´Història de la Ciutat

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plaça del Rei

Barcelona's evolution. An underground city rich with Roman ruins...
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Iglesia Santa María del Mar

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Plaça de Santa María del Mar

Glam church. Exquisite Gothic architecture, undergone several reformations. Centered in the posh Borne neighborhood...
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Iglesia de Sant Felip Neri

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plaça de Sant Felip Neri 5

Baroque church, bordering the old Jewish quarter. Visible bullet holes from Spanish Civil War. Quieter area of Gothic Quarter...
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Casa Milà

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passeig de Gràcia 92

Largest abstract sculpture building in the world. Gaudi's unique design...
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Fundació Joan Miró

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Parc de Montjuïc
Avinguda Miramar, 71

Surrealist art collection. Top of Montjuic. Spectacular city views...
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Plaça Catalunya

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passeig de Gràcia
(Ronda de Sant Pere)

Barcelona's main square. Dividing old city from new. Excellent meeting spot...
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Barri de La Barceloneta

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Port Vell

Fisherman neighborhood lining the sea. Newly constructed boardwalk, long stretches of beach. Plenty of beach side bars with happy hour for cash strapped tourists...
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Jardins de Mossèn Costa I Llobera

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carretera de Miramar 1-13
Sants–Montjuïc

Garden Paradise. Exotic and mediterranean plants. Relaxing place for leisurely stroll or afternoon picnic...
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Port Olímpic

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carrer de la Marina

Beachside nightlife, daytime water sports. Created for the 1982 Olympic Games...
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